A heartwarming, small-town series by a USA Best Selling author.
Sometimes all you need is A Dream to Believe In
Annie Davenport owns the cheerful Bookish Cafe in the charming town of Sweet River Falls. She’s perfectly content with her life.
That is until Nick Chambers returns to town.
Nick takes a leave of absence from his medical practice to accept a temporary university teaching position. He didn’t dream he’d run into Annie again after all these years.
But fate has other plans, as it often does.
Sparks fly between them once again—or maybe they never died. After doing their best to avoid each other and failing miserably, Nick and Annie make a tentative truce and agree to put their past behind them.
Nick helps remodel the loft area above her shop that she’s hoping to have finished before the May Festival and the start of the busy tourist season. But a terrible accident reminds Nick why he left his medical practice and why he needs to move on from Sweet River Falls.
Once again, they want—and need—different things out of life. Dreams and reality collide. But maybe this time the fates will be kinder. Maybe this time they can find A Dream to Believe In.
A Dream to Believe In is book one in the Sweet River series. Meet Annie and her best friend, Nora. Together they experience small-town life at its best and its worst, struggle to keep their businesses afloat, and maybe, just maybe, find love when it’s least expected. Try this feel-good, bingeable series.
A Dream to Believe In - Book One
A Memory to Cherish - Book Two
A Song to Remember - Book Three
A Time to Forgive - Book Four
A Summer of Secrets - Book Five
A Moment in the Moonlight - Book Six
This is a very sweet book of second chances. Annie & Nick were high school sweethearts until he decided to head off to medical school, leaving Annie behind. Now, years later, Annie runs into him in an adjacent town. Literally, runs into him.
It’s not a book that you just can’t put down because you have to know what happens next. But, it’s a feel good read. And other than a couple of kisses, you don’t have to worry about any graphic sex scenes, which I appreciate.
A Dream to Believe In
A very comforting story.
A dream to believe In
It was a good story but lacked any depth. No character development or descriptions that would have pulled the reader into this friendly town. Thanks, g